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I have Wilwood brakes and I need to replace them and need to know what compound to use.The stang wieghes 2700 with me in it and has gone 139 in the 1/4 and should go 150 or so once I use the bottle.Thanks for the help
 

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Is that for the 4 piston Dynalite calipers ?
Yes. Here is an application listing for those pads. They fit several brands.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HWK-HB100J-480/Application/?prefilter=0

In addition to those, they will also fit Strange calipers with a minor mod. The Strange use a bridge bolt across the top to hold the pads in the caliper. Wilwood uses a cotter pin. If you drill the top center hole out from cotter pin to bridge bolt size they will fit the Strange calipers as well.
 

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I've tried many different ones, but these are the best. Easy on the rotors and stop fantastic.

Hawk in the DR97 drag racing compound.

HB100J.480 is the part # for Wilwood 4 piston calipers.

The "J" denotes the DR97 compound

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HWK-HB100J-480/

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You

I just got a set of these pads and MAN what a difference.

My car is rear brake only and it got interesting after I got to the 140 mark with the stock pads.

Now the pedal responce is 100% better and it stops great.

Thanks Again
 
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